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VA Outpatient Clinics

A Place For Veterans


Carnegie Management


183,000 SF

Project Type



Rochester, NY + Springfield, MO

Designed to embody the Veterans Affair’s mission of improving the quality of life for veterans, visitors, and staff, this program creates greater access to healthcare and broadens the range of services available. Expanding clinics’ offerings significantly improves the lives of veterans in immediate and surrounding communities. Clinics are designed to offer patients a comforting environment with an abundance of natural daylight.

Medical planning is inspired by the patient-aligned care team, where providers gather to address the needs of the patients. Providers collaborate in off-stage, staff work areas to offer comprehensive care to veterans. This innovative design is patient-driven, proactive, personalized, and fosters team-oriented interactions. Various design strategies are employed across locations to achieve the most successful site integrations.


New clinics in rural parts of the United States are elements in the fulfillment of the VA's strategic I CARE mission: Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect, and Excellence.

Rochester, NY

Henrietta Outpatient Clinic

Located near an interstate highway, the scope of work for this project included the design of a single story, 94,000-SF building. The new facility contains primary care and specialty clinics including women’s health, podiatry, pain management, pulmonary, general surgery, and behavioral health.

Springfield, MO

Gene Taylor Outpatient Clinic

Bringing a LEED Silver-certified, 89,000-SF outpatient facility to the community of Springfield, Missouri, reflects local pride for veterans. Expanding the clinic’s offerings significantly improves the lives of veterans in the Ozark communities of southwestern Missouri and northwest Arkansas.

Erie, PA

VA Community Living Center

This project for the Department of Veterans Affairs provides long-term nursing home care for veterans in a non-hospital setting. The design encompasses, four single-story buildings totaling 53,000 SF of living space. Each building provides 13 private bedrooms and bathrooms; along with shared living, dining, and kitchen space.

Gable framed building with tan clapboard siding and tan brick chimney. concrete path walkways lead to glass front entry
hospital room with patient bed on wheels integrated track ceiling wood floor and neutral walls. exterior wall has tall window

Firm News

Project Opening

Entry viewed from driveway below angled transparent canopy with metal grid supported by grey pillars with large trusses
The Gene Taylor Outpatient Clinic Springfield, MO


Celebrating the Springfield VA Clinic Opening

January 24, 2019

On January 24, representatives from our firm, the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks, and Carnegie Development celebrated the official opening of a new VA clinic in Springfield, Missouri. The new facility replaces an existing clinic previously located in Mount Vernon.

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